Eric Schultz

Instructor in Music
Eric Schultz, 2021

“I want to live in the whole world of music.”


B.M. Missouri State University

M.Mus. Arizona State University

D.M.A. Arizona State University


Dr. Schultz is a musician and educator whose diverse body of work frequently jumps between two opposing worlds: acoustic and electronic, mainstream and experimental, and academic and non-academic. Trained as a composer, he is a producer, saxophone player, technologist, recording engineer, occasional percussionist and conductor.  

Prior to joining the faculty at Exeter, Dr. Schultz was the Director of Music Technology and Theory at Chabot College in Hayward, California. He has also taught music and interdisciplinary arts at the Missouri Fine Arts Academy, and taught on the faculty at Arizona State University West campus. He received his doctorate in composition from Arizona State University, where he studied composition primarily with Glenn Hackbarth.